gillium McCoy wrote:I have over 100 varieties of apples. I have sold scionwood-but not regularly.
I could use any kind of apple, pear, cherry, fig,
and any apricot, plum, peach and nectarine that is fire blight resistant
What scionwood do you have and how much per 12 inch piece?
posted 7 years ago
If you join NAFEX there are lots of folks that have scionwood for sale there. www.nafex.org $20/year subscription and that includes a great little magazine!
One of my favorites is also Burnt Ridge Nursery and Walden Heights Nursery. Both have good websites too.
My favorite source for scion wood is old abandoned homesteads, wild trees, and from any tree that is of old age and I get a chance to try the fruit. My best grafted varieties have come from wild trees, followed by old homesteads.
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